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Methods for longitudinal study of preschool spatial and mathematical skills

This section provides the methods of a longitudinal study that uses a spatial measure, the Test of Spatial Assembly (TOSA), and that considers early spatial skills, measurement reliability, the prediction of spatial and mathematical skills at age 5, and factors that contribute to differences in preschoolers' skills development. The participants, procedure, measures, and statistical analysis are presented.
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